Strokes, also called “brain attacks,” usually strike without warning. They’re the third leading cause of death in America and a major cause of disabilities. But when you have the right information, there’s hope. Join us for this FREE program.
Brain Attack: When Minutes Matter
You may be at risk for a stroke
Learn how to reduce your risk of stroke,
the symptoms of a stroke and how to react if a stroke strikes.
L. Roderick Anderson, M.D., Neurologist, Stroke Center Director
Linda M. Manalo, R.N., Stroke Program Coordinator
From Carondelet Neurological Institute
Certified Primary Stroke Center, St. Joseph's Hospital
Joy Pipes, Carondelet St. Mary’s Hospital Stroke Program Coordinator
Co-coordinator of the Tucson City-Wide Stroke Check
Friday, March 12, 1-3 p.m.
Green Valley East Social Center
7 South Abrego Drive, Green Valley
I-19 Exit #65 Esperanza Blvd – East Under Bridge to White Building
Q & A session following presentation
Refreshments ▪ Limited Seating
This FREE program is sponsored by Carondelet Foundation as a community service.
Please call now to reserve your place 520.873.5035